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FARMERSMARKETSEATTLE — Farmers’ markets are popular places for scoring fresh fruits and vegetables from local farmers. However, some of the foods for sale at these markets can be pretty bad for your waistline.

Food Network chef and nutritionist Robin Miller put together a list of items that you may want to avoid, especially if you’re watching your weight.

They include:

  • Apple Cider Donut: 200-330 calories, 10-20g fat
  • Other Donuts (6-8 ounces): 800-900 calories, 40-45g fat
  • Gingerbread (1 slice or 1 gingerbread person): 260-300 calories, 12-15g fat
  • Muffins (blueberry, banana, corn, apple, pumpkin, poppy seed): 300-700 calories, 10-40g fat
  • Cupcakes: 250-400 calories, 10-20g fat
  • Quick Bread, 1 slice (zucchini, banana, pumpkin): 200-330 calories, 10-15g fat
  • Sweet rolls and Cinnamon rolls: 300-700 calories, 20-30g fat
  • Belgian waffle (no toppings): 320 calories, 13g fat
  • Fudge (1.5 ounce piece): 199 calories, 11g fat
  • Cookies (oatmeal, chocolate chip): 200-450 calories, 15-20g fat
  • Bread stuffed with cheese and/or meat (such as pepperoni bread): 400-1100 calories, 15-32g fat
  • Tamales: 400-600 calories, 20-30g fat
  • Funnel Cake: 760 calories, 44g fat
  • Fried Cheesecake: 655 calories, 47g fat
  • Personal pizza with pepperoni: 795 calories, 35g fat
  • Pizza on a stick: 535 calories, 28g fat
  • Baklava: 245 calories, 13g fat
  • Gyro: 680 calories, 40g fat
  • Nacho chips with cheese: 860 calories, 59g fat
  • Bratwurst with a bun: 804 calories, 61g fat
  • Kielbasa with a bun: 824 calories, 64g fat
  • Sweet potato fries: 750 calories, 30g fat
  • Fried zucchini: 620 calories, 40g fat
  • Cream Puff: 497 calories, 43g fat

Read more at the Food Network.

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